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Dillingham moves on annexation again

August 29th 2:06 pm

City plans to take proposal to annex the waters of Nushagak District to Alaska Legislature

Two drown in separate boating accidents

August 29th 2:05 pm

Dangerous week on Bristol Bay waters continues as Coast Guard called out for a rescue Saturday

Planners meet to discuss new hospital Unalaska

August 29th 1:54 pm

The hospital planners finally managed to land in Unalaska last week, although things are still up in the air.

Years Ago in the Bristol Bay Times-Dutch Harbor Fisherman

August 29th 1:52 pm

Moose season begins

Lady Wolverines to open season with new coach

August 29th 1:51 pm

The Dillingham High School Lady Wolverines will find themselves learning from a new mentor when the 2014 season gets under way next month as longtime head coach Helen Smeaton has stepped down.

Report: Alaska behind U.S. in overall health

August 29th 1:50 pm

Cancer is the number one killer in Alaska, and Northern Alaska has the one of the highest cancer mortality rates within the state according to the most resent assessment released by the Healthy Alaskans 2020 initiative.

Obituary-Lawrence Henry Lee Sr.

August 29th 1:48 pm

Lawrence Henry Lee Sr.

In Brief

August 29th 1:47 pm

Parnell appoints Disabilities and Special Education council

Opinion: Allergy discovery substantiates back-to-basics perspective

August 29th 1:46 pm

Whenever a child comes over for an afternoon of play these days, mothers not only have to ask about drop-off times and locations but also the question, "Does your child have any allergies I should know about."

Opinion: Walker opposition floats negative messaging

August 29th 1:44 pm

Polling shows that Bill Walker is the only candidate who can beat the incumbent governor in November.

Army of researchers tracks chinook decline

August 29th 1:43 pm

More than 100 researchers and three dozen projects are underway to find clues as to why Alaska's Chinook salmon production has declined since 2007.

Opinion: Examining Sullivan's record on Native issues

August 29th 1:42 pm

Now that the primary is over and Dan Sullivan is the Republican nominee running against Alaska Sen. Mark Begich, it's time to closely examine his record on issues of import to Alaska Natives.

One contest to appear on Unalaska ballot

August 29th 1:41 pm

Unalaska voters will see only one contest on the ballot of the Oct. 7 election, for a city council seat, while the majority of the school board is on the ballot with nobody running against anybody.

Unalaska: Iliuliuk docks should stay

August 29th 1:40 pm

The vintage wooden docks that serve as an unofficial small boat harbor at the mouth of the Iliuliuk River probably won't be going away anytime soon, regardless of what a state grant says, according to Unalaska assistant city manage Patrick Jordan.

Why don't hibernating bears get osteoporosis?

August 29th 1:39 pm

Bears have the right idea. Don't fight the cold; just shut 'er down for six months and emerge when it's warmer. Why didn't we think of that?

Free cold-water safety workshop for fishermen offered in Unalaska

August 29th 1:38 pm

The Alaska Marine Safety Education Association (AMSEA) will offer a Fishing Vessel Drill Conductor Workshop in Unalaska on Thursday, Sept. 4, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday, Sept. 5, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Unalaska Public Safety Department, 29 Safety Way.

Dillingham first precinct in the state to report on election night

August 29th 1:37 pm

Think back to a recent election, preferably one where you cared to see the results come in.

State dismisses rape case against Dillingham man

August 29th 1:35 pm

Isiah C. Thompson, 22, was arrested by Dillingham Police in February and charged with first degree sexual assault, kidnapping, and fourth degree assault.

Togiak celebrates opening of new library

August 29th 1:02 pm

Facility has more than 17,000 books, 12 public computers, and a reading area for pre-school children

Dall sheep population plummets, hunt canceled

August 22nd 1:21 pm

The population of Dall sheep in the Northwest Arctic has declined by more than half in the past three years, prompting state and federal agencies to halt the annual hunt.

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